When advice2u got established back in 2008, it was with a great amount of dedication and intensity of purpose, but at the same time with a bit of realism and scepticism in mind.
It was not the kind of scepticism during an appalling global financial crisis, but more like a ‘things-do-not-come-by-themselves’-mentaily as a result of prolonged experience in the consultancy- and IT development business. The first years were spent providing services within the field of guiding customers to optimal use of XML based content, particularly based upon the standards DITA, S1000D and iSpec2200. At this time we also spent hours after hours improving stylesheets for technical documentation. Another major qualification was the development of sparepart catalogs for windturbines which let us into the business of defining and working with reference systems for large complex mechanical structures with a long life cycle.
After a couple of years we were asked to find a way of managing service checklists, based upon our experience in the aviation industry. When the project was completed, we took the paradigm one step further by developing a complex computer language so laymen, for example, could build professional mobile Apps without any experience in computing or programming. This has currently ended up in a new product called DIB.